• Playoff Perspectives

    The Playoff perspective is a little different from each and every player. But there's one constant in every one of them...excitement. And the biggest excitement factor rises from one pivotal place, the fans. Watch Jim's Interviews

    Alex Boeder's Postseason Experience


  • Game Ready

    The Bucks took to the American Airlines Court this morning for a shootaround in preparation for tonight's Round 1 battle with the defending champs.

    Through the Lens: Arena | Off the Bus | Shootaround | Brandon's Runner | Locker Room

  • Game One

    Jim Paschke was at this morning's shoot around as the Bucks prepare for their opening game against the Miami Heat


  • Bucks Stall in Game 1

    Monta Ellis (26 points) and Brandon Jennings (22 points) carried the offensive load for the Bucks, but it wasn't enough to cool off the Heat from winning 110-87 Sunday night in Miami. Mike Dunleavy, J.J Redick, and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute each added six points. Davis Dish Recap

    Game Recap

  • Game One: How did the Night Go?

    We are not here to dwell on Game 1. Not when we have three or four or five or six more games to consider in this series. The Bucks actually never led at any point in the game, but a few moments burned sweetly. Looking ahead to Game 2 on Tuesday in Miami, here are some lessons on what the team must keep doing and stop doing... Read Alex's Game One Analysis


  • Monday's Playoff Practive - Photos

    The Bucks took to the court on Monday after a Game 1 loss in Miami. Despite the loss, the Bucks were relaxed and energized to hit the court in preparation for Tuesday's Game 2.

    Pre-Practice Practice

  • Practice Report

    Jim Paschke was at American Airlines Arena where the Bucks were making adjustmets and preparing for game two against the Miami Heat.


  • Game 2 Preparation

    Preparation began this morning at American Airlines Arena as the Bucks look to bounce back from a Game 1 loss to the Miami Heat.


  • Heat Head Coach

    Miami Heat Head Coach Erik Spoelstra talks about the difficulty trying to slow down the Bucks speedy back court.


  • Sanders Improvement

    Jim Paschke was at this morning's shoot around where the talk was about Larry Sanders and his amazing improvement this season.


  • What They Wore

    Go behind the scenes and check out what some of the players wore to games one and two.

    Game 1 Game 2

  • Bucks Fall in Game 2

    Despite strong games from Ersan Ilyasova (21 points, six rebounds) and Mike Dunleavy (16 points, six rebounds), the Bucks fell 98-86 in Miami on Tuesday night and now trail 2-0 in the playoff series. Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis scored 15 points combined, going 0-10 from beyond the arc. Larry Sanders added 14 points and six rebounds.


  • Bucks Excited to Play at Home

    The Bucks are back in Milwaukee as they prepare for Game 3 against the Miami Heat Thursday night at 6pm. The buzz at the Practice Facility was about playing in front of the home crowd.

    Video Photos

  • Bucks Stall Against Heat

    The frontcourt of Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (12 points), Ersan Ilyasova (15 points), and Larry Sanders (16 points) provided most of the offense for the Bucks, but it wasn't enough as the Heat controlled the game in the second half to win 104-91 Thursday night. Brandon Jennings scored 16 points and J.J. Redick added 11 coming off the bench.


  • Sunday Monta

    The forecast in Milwaukee calls for abundant sunshine and Monta Ellis. Although: You can never really predict the weather or this shooting guard.


  • Bucks Lose in First Round

    Monta Ellis was the driving force of offense for the Bucks, scoring 21 points and dishing eight assists, but it wasn't enough to slow down the Heat from winning 88-77 on Sunday afternoon. Mike Dunleavy provided 17 points and J.J. Redick added 10 off the bench.